Although Disney and Pixar's animation panel at D23, Disney's biennial convention, was admittedly not as exciting as we hoped it would be, there were a few interesting pieces of information that we got out of it.
But for good reason.
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Rashida Jones and Will McCormack wrote the script based on a story by the Pixar brain trust of Lasseter, Unkrich, Pete Docter, and Andrew Stanton. "Stop ... you know he hates to be called that", she says, before calling out cheerfully: "We'll be right there, BB-8!" Chances are, more footage from this movie will turn up on Saturday. Look for the now untitled movie to hit theaters on April 12th, 2019. There's even a booth where users (shown as little blockheaded people) can transform into their favorite characters.
Olaf's Frozen Adventure drew huge rounds of applause from the audience. In it Gad's snowman Olaf learns about holiday traditions to cheer up Anna and Elsa. Vanellope points out the princesses aren't flawed and it makes them kinda cool.
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Other than that, there really isn't much to go on with this. Here are some things it will not be called: "Thawed", "Frozen Solid", "Frozen: Seize the Day", or "Frozen Assets". The movie skewers and plays with all the princess stereotypes - essentially, Disney is poking fun at itself.
Disney Animation and star Sarah Silverman showed excited Disney fans the first footage for "Ralph Breaks The Internet", the 2018 sequel of the video game-inspired "Wreck-It Ralph", at the D23 Expo in Anaheim. Along the way they get pestered by pop-up ads and clickbait ("My sister got rich working from home!" screeches one), and meet new addition to the franchise - Yesss (voiced by Hidden Figures' Taraji P. Henson). Brad Bird will also add his vocal stylings once again, as diminutive fashion designer Edna Mode, whose virtues were extolled to comedy effect in the below video. They'll also get a new house, thanks to the destruction caused by Jack-Jack at the end of the first film. Jack-Jack ignites, uses last beam eyes, duplicates himself to slip from his father's grasp, and more.
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Director John Lasseter had explained that there wouldn't be a Toy Story 4 unless there was a story that was worth telling. It is a personal story which will be a "suburban fantasy world" and combine "fantastic and the everyday".
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